Selection of classic celebrity magazine Photoshop fails.
Oprah Winfrey was at the top of her game when she appeared on an August 1989 cover of TV Guide. But it wasn't just Oprah on the cover.
The magazine photoshopped Winfrey's head onto the body of '60s star Ann-Margret — without either of the stars' permission. A rep for Oprah told the AP: "Oprah would not pose on a pile of money like that."
Demi Moore has always been one for jaw-dropping covers (see: her pregnant Vanity Fair cover) and this December 2009 cover of W is no different. But can you tell what looks off?
Though both Moore and a spokesperson denied any photoshopping, Moore's hip appears narrower than her thigh.
Country music singer Faith Hill appeared on the July 2007 cover of Redbook.
Some retouch work left Hill with a much thinner left arm, diminished wrinkles and face lines, and an almost non-existent back.
Tennis pro Andy Roddick appeared on the June/July 2007 cover of Men's Fitness, looking really buff.
Even Roddick didn't recognize his new "22-inch guns" in the retouched photo.
TIME Magazine's June 27, 1994 cover featured OJ Simpson's mugshot after he was arrested for the murders of his ex-wife and another male.
The published cover pictured a retouched Simpson, with noticeably darker skin, making Simpson appear gloomier. Newsweek published a similar cover, but with the original photo showing a clear difference in images.
Actress Drew Barrymore donned white on InStyle's February 2012 cover, but something is missing ...
Her curves! Sure Barrymore looks great, but some serious Photoshopping did away with her left hip.
A scantily-dressed Katy Perry appeared on the August 18, 2010 cover of Rolling Stone.
Pre-Photoshop photos appeared on Tumblr, showing that Perry's skin had been smoothed over, her breasts were lifted, thighs thinned, hand modified, and several moles removed.
Kim Kardashian wore a skin-tight black getup in the April/May 2009 issue of Complex Magazine.
After the original photo was accidentally uploaded on the Complex website, it is apparent that Kardashian has smoother, lighter skin, and a thinner appearance in the retouched version. She spoke out on her website saying, "So what: I have a little cellulite. What curvy girl doesn't!?"
“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart appeared on the cover of Glamour's November 2011 issue.
Upon closer inspection, Stewart seems to be missing her left forearm. Whoops!
Paris Hilton and her cute pup hit gold on the January 2012 cover of Vanity Fair Spain.
After some heavy editing, Hilton’s smoothed skin appeared a bit Barbie-like.
Sarah Jessica Parker landed the March 2013 cover of Harper's Bazaar China.
We hardly recognized the actress after a virtual facelift, which included sharpened cheekbones and piercing eyes.
Gwyneth Paltrow landed a Terry Richardson-shot fashion spread in the March 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
Upon closer inspection, we’re wondering how Paltrow (and her legs) pulled off such an oddly-angled pose.
Prince William covered the February 22, 2010 issue of Hello! magazine.
The usually blonde-haired prince was given dark brown hair ... and some more hair in general.
Adam Levine appeared in the November 2011 issue of Vogue Russia with his then girlfriend, Anne Vyalitsyna.
Levine's body is nothing to complain about, but we are wondering where part of his torso went.
Can you tell what's off about this September 2009 Self cover featuring Kelly Clarkson?
The magazine digitally shed pounds off of Clarkson to make her look "her personal best" according to Editor-in-Chief Lucy Danziger.